The Untapped Potential of Peer-to-Peer Coaching


3 reasons why community is so important for dentists Have you ever felt alone and stuck in your dental practice? There are more than 185,000 dental practices in the U.S., yet it can be hard to connect to other practice owners in a real way–one where you can share your problems and learn from each […]

5 Ways Expert Dental Coaching from NextLevel Practice Can Transform Your Dental Practice

Dental Practice

Managing a dental practice successfully in today’s competitive healthcare landscape requires not only exceptional clinical skills but also effective business acumen. Unfortunately, “business acumen” likely wasn’t a class in most dental school programs, leaving dentists unprepared to successfully run a small business. That’s why we offer dental coaching here at NextLevel Practice–to help you round […]

Forget The Old DSO Model. Here’s Why You Should Check Out DSO 3.0

Dental Business

Forget the old DSO Model. Here’s why you should check out DSO 3.0  It’s hard to ignore the buzzing of the industry-wide DSO consolidation. But among the tales of eased business responsibilities and incredible financial payouts lurk stories of lost autonomy, tanking patient care, and miserable doctors stuck in a demoralizing life they didn’t anticipate. […]

Thinking about joining a DSO? NextLevel Practice Can Help You Secure the Best Deal

Close the Deal

Are you considering selling your dental practice to a Dental Support Organization (DSO) but want to make sure you’re getting a good deal? We understand how different and downright confusing it can be to navigate the sale of your practice and to ensure you’re getting the best possible arrangement–for you, your team, and your patients. […]

Pros and Cons of Selling Your Dental Practice to a DSO

DSO Choices

You’ve probably noticed a trend in the last two years–dentists across the country are selling their practices to DSOs. But along with those sales have come horror stories perfect for campfires and marshmallow roasting: abysmal patient care, loss of autonomy, feeling stuck and helpless. It can feel like an impossible question for a practice owner–what […]

Kickstart Your Dental Practice’s Growth with NextLevel’s Launch Program

NextLevel's Launch Program

As a dental practice owner, you know how frustrating it can be when your dental practice’s growth hits a plateau. Low case acceptance, high staff turnover, and slipping numbers can all contribute to a feeling of being stuck. Not only does this affect your practice, but it can also impact your personal life, leading to […]

How to Rise Above Dental Challenges in 2023: 4 Insights from Gary Kadi

Dental Administration

It’s no secret that the dental industry has faced numerous challenges over the years, but 2023 presents a unique set of obstacles that practices must navigate in order to stay ahead. In a recent guest post on Cain Watters & Associates’ blog, our founder, Gary Kadi, shared four important insights on how dental practices can […]

6 Ways To Keep Your Numbers Up, Even if You’re Out of the Office

Dental Business

Your kids have been begging you to take them to Disney World, but you just can’t bear the thought of a day out of the office. Not because you have anything against Mickey, but because you know a simple truth. Every day you’re out of the office, you don’t make money. It doesn’t have to […]

WTF is EBITDA? Mastering the Value of Your Dental Practice

CPA calculating the finances for a dental practice EBITDA

When NextLevel evaluates a dental practice’s total worth, one of the key parts of the equation is a formula called EBITDA: Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization With the new year beginning, some dentists may be taking a deeper look at the viability of their practice and their plans for retirement. Whether selling your […]

5 Steps to Begin Your Journey to Wealth Mastery and Financial Freedom

Successful, young female dentist learning how to manage her dental practice and build wealth.

Did you know that 96% of dentists are still in debt when they retire? Even more surprising is data that tells us that dentists are retiring later than ever before. According to recently published ADA research, the average retirement age is nearly 70 years old. As a seasoned coach with more than two decades of […]